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Nikon Coolpix P510 Camera

Tackle nearly any photographic challenge with the Nikon Coolpix P510 Camera ($430). Thanks to its versatile 24-1000 mm equivalent Nikkor lens, the P510 can handle wide-angle shots, telephoto shots (42x !), and basically anything in between, helped along by a backlit, 16.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, built-in GPS, optical vibration reduction, 1080p video recording, HDMI output, and articulated 3-inch LCD. Or you could just carry a DLSR and an entire barrage of pricey lenses — the choice is yours.

  • Fujifilm X100 Black Edition Camera

    Great. Now we have to decide between the all-black X-Pro1 and this all-black X100. Identical in tech specs to its silver cousin, the Fujifilm X100 Black ($1,600) is cloaked in the dark stuff, and comes in a limited edition package with a matching leather ever-ready case, lens hood, adapter ring, and protective filter. Only 10,000 sets will be made.

  • Fujifilm X-Pro1 Camera

    Get your bokeh on with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 ($TBA). This mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera, styled in the same leather-like fashion as the X100 and X10, packs an all-new 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor with a newly developed filter array and Fujifilm's EXR Processor technology to deliver "superlative image quality that will rival currently available mid and high-end DSLR models." A trio of prime lenses will be available when the camera ships next month, including an 18mm f/2.0, a 35mm f/1.4, and a 60mm F/2.4 macro. The retro-style shooter will feature a 2nd Generation Hybrid Multi Viewfinder, and all the standard dials and street cred you've come to expect from the Japanese camera maker.